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Title: Non-Lipschitz Dynamics Approach to Discrete Event Systems
Authors: Zak, M.
Meyers, R.
Issue Date: Dec-1995
Citation: Mathematical Modelling and Scientific Computing: An International Journal
Las Vegas, NV
Abstract: This paper presents and discusses a mathematical formalism for simulation of discrete event dynamics (DED) - a special type of "man- made" system designed to aid specific areas of information processing. A main objective is to demonstrate that the mathematical formalism for DED can be based upon the terminal model of Newtonian dynamics which allows one to relax Lipschitz conditions at some discrete points.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/32164
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